> Thanks for all the responses. I will try to create recovery DVDs, then see
> what I can delete from d drive. After that one back-up, I disabled
> back-ups to D, and haven't gone aywhere near it since, so I don't know why
> it's suddenly running short of space.
There are a couple free programs that make it easier to see how space is
allocated on a disk. SequoiaView and WinDirStat can both be downloaded from
Snapfiles.com and they will give you a graphic representation of your files.
You can also try running Disk Cleanup and deleting restore points and shadow
copies (assuming you don't need them).
Regarding the recovery DVD's if you have difficulty burning your own you may
be able to get them from the manufacturer. It's definitely a good idea to
have them since the recovery partition will be history if the hard drive